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03 April 2013 11:22
There are some tricked-up, expensive bikes available to buy, like the new Ducati 1199 Panigale R which has a £26,550 price tag.
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Give up work
Buy a nice workshop and fill it full of bikes of all types, I might even let my mate bring a Harley in?
10 April 2013 10:14
@specialsparky, I wondered if it was just me who remembered Bunt's talents. On reflection, it would be nice to get him to lowride a Jota or 3C; the sound of a wrap around 3 into 1 exiting under the seat with a chopped down rear subframe.........oh dear, time to grab some tissues. Sorry 'bout that!
08 April 2013 15:26
Honda NSR500V4,HRC paintwork,'94 model,road legal of course.Oh,y-e-s...........................
05 April 2013 12:08
Non of the above
These aren't money-no-object bikes. Expensive, yes...but not out of the realms of many bikers.
How about a...
Cagiva 500 GP bike?
05 April 2013 10:15
I would move to a place where I could buy a Honda Forza 300i.
05 April 2013 05:33
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